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Cat Is SO Gentle With His Squirrel
Cat Is SO Gentle With His Squirrel Brother | When this couple found an injured baby squirrel, they took him in and introduced him to their cat - and it was the start of the funniest, most magical friendship.

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Ep 10: OAKLEY GOES TO SCHOOL - Cute Dog Video School Day
Published on Oct 3, 2018 For the first time ever, my brother Oakley takes the starring role in one of my episodes in OAKLEY GOES TO SCHOOL, where cute little Oakley, a miniature dachshund or wiener dog, goes to school in this cute dog video. Oakley is a cute little wiener dog, who with his cute backpack and overalls, heads to school on the school bus, where his day has various adventures including funny math class, funny history class, and finally, finding a cute girl to help study with. You might feel a little sorry for Oakley Dachshund in this episode, but in the end you'll see he wins the day in this cute dog video featuring adorable dachshunds, Jack Russell, and Golden Retriever. I, Crusoe, am still in the episode, playing myself, as well as history and math teacher. Also big thanks to Dillon the Golden Retriever and Sandy the Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix. Enjoy Oakley Goes to School! A cute video of little dogs going to school!

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1 of 1 handmade Porsche coupe, Model T Fords, and some old Hondas  | Barn Find Hunter - Ep. 41
Published on Oct 3, 2018 During a visit to San Diego, Tom gets a lead on a couple unique cars way outside of the city. He and the woody hit the road and arrive at Randy Carlson's house a few hours later. As it turns out, Randy has more than just a couple cars and, to Tom's delight, a good number of fun stories to accompany them. After checking out some Fords, Packards, Volkswagens, a Lincoln, and some old Hondas, Randy pulls back the cover on an interesting custom Porsche coupe, hand-built in Germany by a design school.

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How the World's First Movie Star Changed Cars Forever
In the early 1900s, Florence Lawrence was one of the most recognizable women in America. She starred in over 300 silent films and is credited as being the world's first film star. But in addition to her Hollywood hustle, Florence was also a bit of an inventor. In 1914, she created a mechanical signaling arm for cars, a precursor for the modern-day turn signal. At the push of a button, a flag would rise on the back bumper indicating if the driver wanted to turn left or right. Sadly, Lawrence never registered her design and she was never credited for her invention-nevertheless, her contributions to the automobile industry will live on forever.

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